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ERIC Number: ED043048
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1968
Pages: 20
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A Systems Approach to the Design of a Model Undergraduate Curriculum for Health Educators.
Grimes, Richard M.; And Others
This report presents a health education curriculum designed to train professionals to function in the combined capacity of community and school health educators. A systems approach is utilized and it is suggested that the components of the program include recruitment, guidance, education, and placement of the students. The curriculum was the first phase developed and a three tiered approach is used. The first level includes education in the communication skills, social sciences, and basic and applied sciences. Acquiring these skills enables the student to progress to the second tier of learning the Administrative, Educational, Community Development, and Socio-Bionomic skills. This knowledge then enables the student to participate in the problem solving seminars and field work which prepare him to attack the health education problems to be faced on the job. Integrated with this three-tiered approach is continuous guidance, counseling, and explanation. (RSM/Author)
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